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Re: prevent yum deleting downloaded updates



On Sun, 2008-01-06 at 22:22 -0500, David Boles wrote:
> I did not mean to single out laptops. But from the traffic on this
> list that appears to be a good(?) way to have trouble. Buy a laptop.

It would seem that way.  Though I've had pretty good luck with mine. I
did a fair bit of research before purchase, though.

> The other way is to buy some 'strange' unsupported hardware.

Sound cards seem to regularly throw people for a loop.  Video and
network cards can be common pains, too.

> As I have said. I have yet to have a kernel problem. Since hmm...
> 1999, might be 1998, or so when I first tried Linux.
> 
> Lucky? I guess. But I doubt luck has anything to do with it. 

You've jinxed it now.  You're destined to get one shortly.  ;-)

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